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to america's news headquarters. >> jamie: good to hear they are taking those steps for us, i'm jamie colby, this travel alert follows the killing of anwar al-awlaki. and other key al qaeda figures, by a drone strike in yemen on friday. as america's enemies suffered yet another set back the fear of retaliation is real and peter doocy is following it for us, live from washington, peter, do we know how long the travel alert will last? >> reporter: from now until november 30th, the hole time until then, u.s. citizens, worldwide need to watch their backs and the state department issued a travel alert and here's why. there were, quote, the death of anwar al-awlaki in the near term could provide motivation for anti-american attacks, worldwide from individuals or groups seeking to retaliate against u.s. citizens or interest because of the action in the past, he and other members of aqpa called for attacks against the united states, and u.s. citizens and u.s. interests, his standing as a preeminent english language advocate of violence could trigger anti-american attacks, worldwide, to avenge his d
about the trial of michael jackson's doctor, conrad murray, so he goes behind the headlines with us. >>> and also behind the headlines, the unemployment rate at 9.1%. the fed chairman recently saying the economic recovery is, quote, close to faltering. millions of americans are worried about their savings, how they're going to support their families, whether they'll have enough money to retire. coming up, we're going to get you through your financial emergencies in today's "money 911. o of". >> all right. >> good. ann sold the olympic torch and now prayer beads given to her personally by the dalai lama. >> you know, she asked me to be generous and it's for charity. >> let's go inside to the news desk. >> giving me a hard time for donating -- how about a beaded head? >> thank you, matt, ann and al. good morning, everybody. amanda knox is back in the u.s. this morning after four years in an italian prison. nbc's stephanie gosk is in seattle with more. stephanie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, tamron. she spent 1,450 days in that prison. but it only took 30 hours to get her b
into debt. dean reynolds tells us why some believe it will only get worse. and in a state with high unemployment, ben tracy on why there are thousands of jobs with no workers to fill them. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. from the emerald city. at a time when there is so much anger in the streets of america over wall street greed and corporate corruption, we begin tonight with one of the biggest wall street insider trading cases ever. at a time when many americans were losing their 401(k)s, prosecutors say rajat gupta was leaking secret corporate information to a hedge fund tycoon so that that tycoon's fund wouldn't suffer the same fate. gupta was in a perfect position to do that inside the board rooms of some of the country's biggest corporations. the result, prosecutors say, was that the hedge fund made millions while ordinary americans got soaked. justice correspondent bob orr has our story. >> reporter: as a board more february proctor & gamble, and goldman sachs, rajat gupta regularly heard sensitive corporat
guys. that's going to wrap things up for us this morning. but the conversation continues online. find us on facebook or twitter at cnnbottomline. find me,@christineromans. keep an eye out for my new book with ali velshi, it's called "how to speak money." have a great weekend, everybody. >>> good morning, everybody. welcome to our special live version of cnn saturday morning. i'm t.j. holmes coming to you from the vegan strip. in particular, the venetian hotel on the vegas strip. this is the site of the cnn hosted republican debate coming up next tuesday. i'm joined this morning by my good friend and colleague, keeping things in check for us t cnn center, alina cho. >> good morning, t.j. this is cnn saturday morning. 10:00 a.m. in atlanta and still a very early 7:00 a.m. in los angeles. where you are t.j. and there's a lot to talk about. >> this venetian hotel will be the sight of the republican debate that with him be hosting next week. but already, one of the candidates is boycotting the cnn debate and several others of the candidates are actually going to be boycotting the nev
pretty by eve of u.s. manufacturing only california in population of texas twice the our sta population make more than we do. if we we are not just talking about those are really important we are talking about jobs and clean c energy and alsoon supplies. ..liation, we welcome this debate. i want my colleagues to come to the floor. some of the 19 that opposed moving this bill forward. when they say china will start this will start a trade war. they talk about world trade organization compliance, they talk about retaliation. the fact is china has been playing that trade war for ten years. the american people have been patient as administration after administration continues to talk but fails to act. patience -- our patience is up as u.s. businesses are undercut, more u.s. jobs are eliminated. the bill is about our economic competitiveness where everyone is competing in the market by the same set of i've been to maybe 150 manufacturing plants in my state in the last three or four years. i know american businesse
by the proponents to dispel the misinformation and 105 by those of us who are opposed to these job-killing trade agreements. that's fair. 165 on their side, 105 on our side because their arguments are honest -- our arguments are honest and theirs aren't. that is how things break around here. that's clengy debate. let's talk about colombia. in colombia the average income is $3,200. think of all the u.s. manufactured goods those colombians are going to buy with $3,200 of income. whoa. thousands of americans go to work. does that remind you of the myth about nafta? no, this is about yet one more platform to get an access of abused labor, unorganized labor under colombian law, to provide -- to send goods back to the united states of america. mr. mcgovern: i yield the gentleman an additional 30 seconds. mr. defazio: i thank the gentleman. and then there's the issue of, yes, we will get some moring a kilt exports. insignificant to our industry. won't employ any americans. may employ some more people who are in this country to harvest the crop. but it will cut dramatically into the principle form of em
to get on the right road. >> and they are. and u.s. firms are very, very far along to meeting those new standards. >> do you have confidence that the european banks and the regulators there will comply with basel iii, the spirit as well as the letter of it? >> >> well, we're going to do everything they can to make sure they do, of course. and as i say, we have the time to try to make sure we're confident that's going to happen because these rules only start to bite over the next several years. and so we're working very hard to insure we have better protections in place. >> uh-huh. mr. secretary, do you know of any financial institution, and you've been around a while, that has had, that has been adequately, in other words -- and i don't say -- well capitalized and have liquidity that has failed? >> that's like a, that's a very interesting question. um, i think that in a, in a really systemic financial crisis just to think back to the experience of this country in 2008, for example, it certainly was the case from the great depression and other examples of this stuff, you can have a situa
the great work the gao led us to take steps. the more that we can continue that feedback k feedback, that program will be better off. ..ave five days to submit statements and questions for the record. after we hear from our witnesses individual members will be recognized for five minutes each for questions and i now recognize myself five minutes for my opening statement. two weeks ago for expert witnesses testified in this hearing room. to experts explained in an insurgency is raging along our southern border. the effort to focus on the fact that violence and crime in mexico have taken a unique term and the u.s. response has not followed. all agree the situation has evolved and fragment into violent criminal control over parts of mexico. it is clear that today mexico represents a unique situation requiring the development of its own specific classifications to successfully combat the authority of this expanding criminal control. today i will continue to make the case that mexico is facing a criminal insurgency. the attack on the state are clear. the criminal organizations are captur
on with us tonight. we know there's not a lot being done in washington right now, this big debate going on about the jobs bill but the campaign season seems to be the key issue for many there. just a few days, he referred to himself as the underdog. do you think he's still the underdog? >> it really does seem like president obama is the underdog right now. now, the conventional wisdom is an incumbent president has a lot of advantages. i'm sure that's true. i'm sure he recognizes as well with the economy the way that it is, that it's going to be a tough sledding ahead. fortunately, i think he is working very hard and he has a lot of time between now and next november, so i do believe that he's the underdog, but i also believe he's working hard at doing what america needs done and that he has time to make up the ground. >> mayor castro, you're a democrat in a red state. you work with republicans. you got to do it whether you want to do it and you do do it. i wonder if you were in washington right now, what is the one thing you would change to end the paralysis and the toxicity. >> you kno
? give us a call, send us an e- mail or tweet, or post on our facebook page. 14% of the public approves of the job that congress is doing according to the latest poll, lower than the other elections when the majority partner -- party is on the verge of losing power in the house. they asked several questions about the approval rating of congress, with little hope of what that deficit reduction committee could do. when they passed how likely that republicans and democrats will agree on a deficit reduction plan, 20% say it is likely, a 24% say that it is unlikely. -- 74% say that it is unlikely. they also ask if they could not agree, that is, the super committee, do you support or oppose major cuts from military and domestic programs? 57% oppose that idea, 36% supported. on president john -- on president obama's approval rating, it slipped from 47% before the debt ceiling debate, to 42% now with 54% disapproving, a record low 35% approve of his handling of the economy. this is a change from september when they were evenly split at 42% each. some republicans say that the comparison between
prison, amanda knox is heading home to the u.s. this morning. good tuesday morning 4:31 hit and miss showers on the way in. >> did you get hit? >> i got hit then missed then hit. >> that is the way it is going to go this morning? >> did you say missed or midst -- missed or mist? >> i got missed and mist. >>> good morning, wasn't yesterday exciting? wait until you see round two. our only report of organized rain is in santa rosa, too far from the radar to see. definitely pockets of drizzle this morning so watch out for that. our main system to the south, moving from us. i see a drying trend from mid-morning to me afternoon. we'll look at that next system it could bring heavy raini#>d, thunderstorms back. -- >>> it is just about 4:32. the entire tech world is focused on apple he quarters in cupertino today. theiÑ÷>m company will unveil the latest edition of its popular iphone product line. amy it is going to be a little different unveiling this time? >> reporter: right, here at headquarters. rumors are flying. everyone is excited. wondering is it going to be thinner, a bigger screen,
that kind of growth. >> reporter: and he's used his voice around the world to encourage job creation, but prosecutor says gupta, who appeared in court today,om openly flaunted security laws. inaise statement, his lawyer called the charges baseless, saying mr. gupta is innocent. he has always acted with honesty and integrity. tonight, gupta is free on it will $10 million bail after pleading not guilty. he's not accused of directly profiting from the inside information he allegedly passed on, but if convicted he faces 105 years in prison and millions in fines. >> pelley: thanks, bob. hedge fund manager raj rajaratnam was sentenced earlier this month to 11 years in prison, the longest term ever for an insider trading case. the biggest name in wall street fraud is bernie madoff, whose ponzi scheme robbed investors of $20 billion. madoff is in prison, and his family has been in seclusion until tonight. in a story for "60 minutes," morley safer sat down with madoff's wife, ruth, and his son, andrew. in the interview, andrew madoff recalls a time he received an envelope with surprising cont
a national crisis. >> more than 14 million people in the united states do not have a job. u.s. unemployment is now a national crisis. federal reserve board chairman bernanke sees the current unemployment crisis as widespread, enduring and unprecedented. >> we've had now close to 10% unemployment now for a number of years, and of the people who are unemployed, about 45% have been unemployed for six months or more. >> that 45% figure adds up to roughly six million americans them have not had a job in the past six months. mr. bernanke also says long- term unemployed could well become the permanently unemployed. the bernanke comments come in the middle of a nationwide protest movement called occupy wall street. these protestors are demonstrating against wall street and its corporations. , who they believe caused the ongoing unemployment crisis. boston, baltimore, chicago, denver, kansas city, los angeles, new york, san francisco, seattle, st. louis, washington, d.c. have all seen the wall street demonstrations. president obama's former green energy advisor, ben jones, compares the protests to t
and in petersburg, west virginia, some fog up there. the rest of us looking real good. we'll look nice and sunny this afternoon. your high temps will be in the 70s. monika stepping in. she's got your latest update on timesaver traffic now in the 6:00 a.m. hour. >> we'll first take a live look from sky 9 down at the beltway northside of town on the inner loop right here between connecticut avenue and georgia avenue. if you look closely, on the left side of your screen there, there is rough pavement from the overnight construction and we have gotten some complaints about this from drivers so be aware of that this morning. on the inner loop. luckily, it is against the rush hour flows. you can see on the right side, outer loop is looking just fine. let's go over to our maps. otherwise, i'm giving it the green light. no problems to report here on the beltway on the southside of town. we're going to go over to virginia on the northbound side of i-95, had a little bit of volume reported from lorton into springfield and fine on to 395. let's take a live look from edsal road toward duke street. no delay
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. >> this first storm brought us 3" of rain to the wettest spots in the northern bay area, a smattering across the bay area, where people are telling me sure smells good outside. we have rain from san jose to the bay area. now we do have ahead another bigger storm heading this way. should be arriving by at least this time tomorrow night with rain and wind. we'll tally up the totals and let you know how much to expect. still coming up later on in this newscast. >> thanks roberta. with the first storm the year comes this familiar warning. slow it down. the first rain brings all the oils to the surface of the pavement there, making it very slippery. but did you know this? the chp says the slickest roads tends to be the freeway clover leaves, those connector ramps between freeways. >>> the irs says not so fast, telling a big medical marijuana business that it owes millions in back taxes. robert liles on the letter that could change everything for budding bay area industry. >> reporter: oakland as harbor side health center is celebrating its five-year anniversary tonight but nothing in these canist
in the trial of the accused underwear bomber. we're so glad you're with us, everybody. i'm jenna lee. >> i'm gregg jarrett in for jon scott 6 "happening now", his name is umar farouk abdulmutallab. the nigerian native representing himself in court assisted by a court-appointed attorney who will apparently deliver the opening statement. jenna? jenna: we'll talk a lot more about that later on in a legal statement we have today. the evidence is stacked high against this 24-year-old who was badly burned in a plane full of witnesses and prosecutors say he told the fbi he was working for al qaeda at the time of the attack that is the situation right now. let's get to mike tobin live outside the courthouse in detroit with the latest. we have a little bit of an idea what the prosecution has to say, mike but what about the defense? >> well, so far the defense hasn't had a very successful day. they have put in two motions trying to block some of this very compelling evidence from getting into court and both of those motions were denied. we do have an idea as far as what the prosecution is going to d
at the station for us with the latest. alan? >> carolyn, we are a few blocks away from the oakland amtrak station where a major emergency response is taking place. you can look down there. the olympic -- the oakland fire department says 18 people were injured. we are told one of the trains was boarding and de boarding when another amtrak train on the same track slammed into it. the impact derailed one of the trains and now railroad inspectors are trying to figure out how this all happened. we are told it was the pacific starlight from seattle to l.a. that struck the other amtrak train that we have not been able to identify yet. the rare road worker said the mechanism was not activated and it is still in the wrong position that lead these two trains to collide. again coming back, the oakland fire department says at least 18 passengers have been injured in this collision of two amtrak trains. the railroad inspectors have arrived and they are trying to figure out how exactly this happened. for now alan wang repo
a minute. but first, abc's dan harris has the very latest for us from kansas city, for us. good morning, dan. >> reporter: good morning, to you. the parents of baby irwin insist they're fully cooperating with police. they say they take issue with the way they're being treated by detectives. they say investigators have tried to turn them against one another. they have accused the mother of failing a polygraph test. in the three days since their 10-month-old baby, lisa, nicknamed pumpkin pie went missing. >> we were running around the house, screaming for her. >> reporter: her parents, jeremy irwin and deborah bradley, have consistently said she disappeared in the middle of the night. >> please, bring her home. >> reporter: and they have also consistently cooperated with kansas city police. but late thursday, police announced that the parents had suddenly stopped cooperating. does that make you think, does that make the department think, they had something to do with lisa's disappearance? >> again, everything's on the table, as they've been saying for three days now. >> reporter: if they
river. olie is movinglie i center stage. hello. thanks for being with us on "bbc world news." too many strikes. that is a snapshot of greece today. today, another general strike by public sector workers is making the task of balancing the books that much harder. it is taking athens ever closer to the default which euro-zone countries they cannot happen. we will get more on the situation across the euro-zone in a moment. first, let's go to athens. our reporter is there on what is another wretched day. >> a significant disruption. the biggest show of strength from the public sector union in several weeks. 24 hour strike currently underway by civil servants, doctors, teachers, and by air traffic controllers at athens airport. so severe disruption at athens international airport. there will be a demonstration on the square and a couple of hours' time. all of this showing anger and hostility by the majority of the population, towards the austerity drive the government is putting through. the government says it must stick to those austerity measures, public-sector job cuts and tax hikes, to
't have fuel, they allowed us to go to a recovery airfield. action took place on the ground. their army acted -- i was not in contact at all. the pilot, a message from the air traffic control costs from an army general. he instructed me to come back and land. i went back. half way, he said we have just enough fuel. when we landed, we only had eight minutes of fuel. when i landed, i was in charge of pakistan. >> how many of us have had bad flights and not had it worked out this well? let's move forward to 2004. there is a global poll taken. the president is the most popular relent -- president in the world. the relationships were strong. you were publicly supportive of president bush and the united states and the world -- the war of terror. polls in pakistan today show that the united states is used as the no. 1 external threat to the country. policy makers had very acute concerns about the way pakistan is going. if it is a good ally. the best thing we could understand after a few minutes of talking to you is, what went wrong? when you were president, did you already see the relationship
and yards that we're paying closer attention, people are giving us information. we'll send team there's to try to locate him. >> not far from almond's car was found, investigators located a rifle. >> i knew he had a gun. i didn't know he had a collection of gun autos michelle says he's a friend of his. >> he has too much to live for. for him to snap is out of character as long as i've known him for him to act like this. >> neighborhood search began after a woman was shot during an attempted car jacking in the parking lot of an hp building. witses say the suspect matching the description ran into the neighborhood. >> i heard three gunshots. then, my -- then, we started to hear siren autos at one point, police searched a play structure in a neighborhood park and surrounded a bathroom where it appeared the suspect might have been. those who live nearby were told to shelter in place. >> unsettling not knowing what's happening. so we called on neighbors to make sure they're okay. >> and this is a live picture here, and you can see two police officers armed and have been here all day. cars
% and the owners are saying just not a high enough percent for us to have this be a viable business. inowners are saying 22 of the 30 teams don't make a profit. they're willing or at least publicly saying they're willing to blow up this system. nba players are very well paid. the best in professional sports in the world. their average salary is between $5 million and $6 million. the nba players association will point that out, but the median salary between $2 million and $3 million. the problem is when your clarification is the median is only $2 million or $3 million, you don't have the sympathetic stance that will rally behind. >> billionaires and millionaires caught up the scenario. this has to be a pr nightmare, as well, for the nba. >> i reported on a number of work stoppages and sports disputes over money and the fans usually do come back and the senate would say it's because they're suckers. but, really, i think the nba is our entertainment. if it's there, you'll find it entertaining. why punish yourself. a hollywood strike for a while, but people aren't going to watch movies. maybe the
in our environment. mary ann join us with advice. >> it has also been found in some types of lettuce, but this is the one thing you need to remember. heat is your friend. that's the best way to kill listeria, but if that's not an option, there are other ways to minimize your risk. this is what listeria looks like under the mike scope. >> listeria has a remarkable ability to travel from one cell to the other in the human body without going outside. >> enabling it to hide from antibodies, with possibly deadly consequenc consequences. >> in some people, it can get into the brain and cause meningitis. >> in the latest outbreak, it is blamed for the deaths of at least 15 people nationwide. health officials traced four strains to this colorado antelope farm. and farms in solinas is recalling more than 90 cases of bagged, chopped, romaine lettuce after a sample detected listeria. experts say the bacteria occurs naturally in our environment, found in soil and water, so how do you protect your family? allen teaches food handling safety at san jose state university. he says cooking is your onl
at the expectations. business and economics correspondent rebecca jarvis joins us this morning with more. so give us an idea what are people expecting this morning? >> analysts on average are expecting to learn today that the economy created 65,000 jobs in the month of september and that did nothing for the unemployment rate. in fact, it notched higher to 9.2% according to their expectations. two things to keep in mind when you look at these numbers. first off, last month, economists and analysts got that number wrong. they actually thought it was going to be better than what it turned out to be. second of all just to keep pace with population growth you need 150,000 new jobs every month, so this number, even though there is jobs created, it doesn't keep pace with population growth and when you go back in time and you look back at where we have been in this economy, for two years plus now we have been near or above 9% unemployment. you have to go all the way back to january of 2008 to find a time where unemployment was at a norm normalized level which was 5%. >> will the number
," especially when some of the defense lawyers came out to speak to us here. that may be because there's a lack of reporting restrictions here, so for the italian press there's been a real free for all since day one that they have been able to write and say anything they wanted about amanda knox, so she was really character assassinated and at one point her father said he thought that really harmed her, especially during that first murder trial. so that was the reaction from the crowd here last night. but of course the judges and the jury would have had to put aside any of this sensational publicity that has surrounded this trial right from the beginning as they did make those decisions and acquitted amanda knox and raffaele sollecito of the murder of meredith kercher. but as we have been hearing from the kerchers this morning, it now raises questions that were there other people involved? not just rudy, who is now the only person still in prison, serving a sentence for meredith's murder. >> luisa baldini, thank you very much indeed. well, those questions are going to hang in the air for a whil
it is not about any one of us, it is about turning the economy around and creating jobs. that's my focus. i think that's why i won the all important iowa straw poll. that poll is the only poll of all of the ones that you've mentioned where anyone in the state can participate. it is the most reflective of an actual primary election or a caucus. and that's why we're excited to win that poll. >> all right, let's take a look now at the political week ahead. president obama stumps for his jobs plan in pittsburgh on tuesday. he'll address international brotherhood of electrical workers at their training center. and governor rick perry will also be in pittsburgh next week. he will deliver a policy address on friday, focusing on energy and job creation. and mitt romney will have town halls across new hampshire on monday. you can see him in new hampshire. and we'll get another financial litmus test for those running for the white house next week. saturday is the deadline to announce third quarter fund-raising numbers. >>> and now to other news, a looming showdown over the president's jobs bill. the u.s. s
at jack london square. more than a dozen people were hurt. alan wang is live at the station for us with the latest. alan? >> carolyn, we are a few blocks away from the oakland amtrak station where a major emergency response is taking place. you can look down there. the olympic -- the oakland fire department says 18 people were injured. we are told one of the trains was boarding and de boarding when another amtrak train on the same track slammed into it. the impact derailed one of the trains and now railroad inspectors are trying to figure out how this all happened. we are told it was the pacific starlight from seattle to l.a. that struck the other amtrak train that we have not been able to identify yet. the rare road worker said the mechanism was not activated and it is still in the wrong position that lead these two trains to collide. again coming back, the oakland fire department says at least 18 passengers have been injured in this collision of two amtrak trains. the railroad inspectors have arrived and they are trying to figure out how exactly this happened. for now alan wang r
" for friday, october 14th, 2011. thanks for joining us. i'm terrell brown in for betty nguyen. >>> in some cities where there are protests against corporate greed of spread, demonstrators were confronted by police. in seattle, police warned the protesters to leave the park they occupy and in denver they were ordered to leave a park near the colorado state capital. here in new york where the "occupy wall street" movement began four weeks ago, police will force the demonstrators to move. they occupy a park near wall street. some protesters say they will have to be force to do leave. hazel sanchez has details. >> reporter: in undieing solidarity, members of "occupant wall street" march to city hall petitioning mayor bloomberg to plow through the park with an the nypd and a cleanup crew tomorrow morning. protesters have been cleaning up the park with soapy bedrooms and piling up trash on the curb. nevertheless mayor bloomberg outlined a plan to scrub down the park at 7:00 a.m. protesters can return under certain conditions. >> they will be able to go back but they won't
sentence for killing her roommate and appeals court overturned that murder conviction on monday. >>> u.s. ambassador susan rice is calling it an outrage, she walked out of the u.n. after china and russia blocked a measure targeting syria. she said that would rather sell weapons to the syrian regime than stand with the people who want freedom. you're seeing pictures there of a brutal crackdown of to protests. the u.n. resolution condemn the crackdown on those protesters and opened the door to sanctions. the u.n. said that 2600 syrians have been killed since march in those protests. >>> wildfire once again threatening people and property in bastrop county, texas, about 1,000 acres are burning today. fires forced 30 families to leave their homes, it was just last month, when a huge firestourm destroyed 1500 homes in that county. >>> a new york congresswoman said that it's time to look at limits on helicopter traffic over manhattan. now, you're looking at this scene a crash on tuesday killed an australian tourist who was celebrating her 40th birthday. three other passengers and the pilot sur
>>> good morning. computers who use amtrak heads-up this station is closed. crews work to cleanup the aftermath of a train crash. >> reporter: i'm terry mcsweeney at the oakland police department. could a controversy in the department from 11 years ago have played a role in the resignation of chief batts? >>> i'm meteorologist leigh glaser. what offshore wins will mean for temperatures today? >>> live look of the bay bridge toll plaza. we will be following that amtrak delay for you with ways to get around that. >>> that means a lot going on this morning. 5 a.m. on this thursday. i'm eric thomas. >> and i'm kristen sze. let's begin with that developing news. no amtrak service through oakland after two trains collided at the jack london square station last night injuring 16. amy hollyfield is live with the latest. >> reporter: the station is still shutdown. check out the scene behind me. crews are hard at with work trying to the trains moved from the tracks. they are still here. they will be offering a bus bridge this morning between this station here in oakland and the emeryville s
in the mid 60s. big area of high pressure to the north. to the south of us, weak weather front that came through the area during the overnight and it's that weak front giving us just a few clouds. but sunshine galore back on tap for today. the high, though, 75 degrees instead of 74 that we hit yesterday. another fantastic afternoon. >>> good morning. most of the overnight construction is in the process of being picked up now. actually inner loop and outer loop as you make your way towards the temple. other than that, we're looking pretty clear in our area. take a look at 270. father hurrily boulevard, i'm not seeing any incidents to report at this time. i'll tell be back in ten minutes with another update. >> thank you very much. >>> a woman is in serious condition after being hit by an unmarked d.c. police car. this happened in the 21st block of fifth avenue northwest. it's not known how that accident happened. the block of wisconsin was closed for a few hours, though. >>> the case involving the death of a 2-year-old now in the hands of a jury is accused of throwing her granddaughter ov
authorities say they foiled a plot by a man linked to the iranian government to use mexican drug cartels to kill the saudi ambassador to the u.s. and to bomb the saudi embassy here in town. we've got some fascinating details on that story that just broke. >> and let me finish tonight with the case for a really big jobs bill. we started with how mitt romney is going to beat barack obama. michael steel is a former chairman to the republican national committee and now an msnbc political analyst and mark penn is a democratic strategist and former hillary clinton campaign strategist. mark, hillary's not running this time. i don't think. president obama is running for re-election. he has to make the case for a second term. he has to probably, we're just going to propose this now, beat mitt romney, the way it looks right now. romney's got some great many numbers. let me show you why we're proposing that. just came in from the new nbc news and the marrist poll up in iowa and in new hampshire. in the iowa caucuses, mitt romney leads among republicans, but herman cain is right behind him. ron paul
>>> well, do suicide vests in america sound scary to you? they sure do to us. we're on the front lines with an exclusive interview with defense secretary and former cia chief leon panetta. then we went to the wall street protest this afternoon. we saw dancing and mac book. seriously. and the bottom line, he's a republican messiah, but can chris christie make the numbers work for a run? that's "outfront." hello, everyone, i'm erin burnett. first night out of the gate. great to be here. i went to wall street today to see those protests for myself. i saw dancing. bongo drums. even a clown. it was sort of a tent city meets woodstock kind of feel. and i asked several protesters what it was that they wanted. now, they did not know. we have more on that later. but they did know what they don't want. >> capitalism doesn't work. >> you're angry at wall street? washington, too, or just wall street? >> definitely washington. the politicians who are corrupted by a lot of the corporate money from wall street. >> so what do you want, protesters? it seems like people want a messiah leader. just
. >> whether she did it, nobody knows except her. >> people from her hometown of seattle tell us she will be welcome. for the latest developments on this case and a photo gallery log onto our website wjla.com. >> we are following this story tonight where police are searching for a man who tried to rape a woman inside her home. detectives say it happened sunday night at saybrook ave. a woman was thrown on her floor after she heard a noise. she was able to get away. anyone with information is asked to contact police. >>> a former army sergeant major accused in a violence case of road rage will enter a plea today. back in april, he was indicted for a malicious wounding and reckless driving. prosecutors say he did step passengers. they say he drove 95 miles per hour and hit one of them with his car after he demanded to be let out. >>> the the sense -- defense witness will take the stand in a trial of a woman dressed with killing her and granddaughter. the psychologist said she treated her for a major depressive disorder on and off for a decade. her lawyers say she was insane when she thr
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